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The Marettimo Favignana ferry line is served by 2 different sailing companies (Caronte & Tourist and Liberty Lines) which carry out 56 trips per week with frequent, all day boardings and crossing times ranging between 30 min and 1 hr 10 min. Ferry companies working on this crossing have ships available that are suitable for cars, motorbikes, campers and trucks. Cabin crews will cater to your requests to ensure a comfortable crossing.
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Port of MARETTIMO
Marettimo is the second largest of the Egadi islands and is the wildest and most pristine. The island has two small marinas. Firstly, the old port, which is located in the north end of the island. It is a partly rocky cove and partly beach, protected to the east by a 100 meter pier. It is oriented to NNW and has a limited depth of around 3 meters because there are some rocky areas in the center below sea level. The old port is an excellent refuge from the wind and sea and has around 20 berths, 10 of which are for transit. The new port is larger and is located at the southern end of the country... [More information]
Address: Via Municipio, Marettimo TP
Directions: Google Map @ Marettimo, port
Guide of FAVIGNANA
The island of Favignana is part of the Sicilian Egadi islands facing the western coast of Sicily and is the largest island in the archipelago. It is butterfly shaped and since ancient times it has been known by various names including Auegusa or island of the goats because there are plenty of goats on the island. Under the Arabs, the island had the name Djazirat ar Rahib, named after the castle that rises on the island. The current name Favignana dates back to the Middle Ages, it was named after the westerly wind Favonio. An important event on the island is the Mattanza, which has been happeni... [More information]